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Stanthorpe, a small town in southeast Queensland, Australia, offers different types of accommodations. Discover the area's beautiful attractions when you stay at self-contained cabins, cottages, holiday houses, and chalets to fit singles or couples, families, and adults. Holiday homes are furnished and provide amenities such as cooking facilities and bedding. Children are welcome, and some places are fully accessible.
Delve into local arts and culture
One of Queensland’s major galleries, the Stanthorpe Library and Regional Art Gallery, has a permanent exhibition that displays the works of popular Australians such as painter Charles Blackman, known for his Alice in Wonderland series, and still-life painter Margaret Olley. There's also a Picasso lithograph at the gallery.
As you walk down High Street, you’ll soon arrive at the Stanthorpe Heritage Museum. Its ten heritage buildings are home to over 20,000 artefacts, which are remnants of the area's rich mining, farming, and winemaking history. The museum also features extensive documentation on prominent Granite Belt families.
Enjoy outdoor excursions around Stanthorpe
You'll find a great selection of activities in Stanthorpe, whether you prefer exciting, active adventures or educational tours. See the Granite Belt on a 40km tour showcasing the wine region's gorgeous vineyards and energising wines. You’ll be treated to a stunning panorama of gently sloping hillsides surrounded by olive, apple, and pear orchards – make sure to bring your camera!
Around the Granite Belt are outstanding national parks. Head to spectacular Girraween National Park to marvel at the impressive granite boulders that rise above the open forests. Hike on nearly 30km of walking tracks, take a selfie against the backdrop of the Granite Arch, or climb the Great Pyramid for spectacular views of the park. There's also a picnic area at the park, at Bald Rock Creek, where you can relax and share a meal with the family.
Don’t miss Stanthorpe's celebrations
One of the most celebrated events in Stanthorpe is the Apple and Grape Festival, which is held every two years. First held in 1966, the festival was voted Queensland’s 9th favourite. Join the Grand Parade, participate in the grape crush, watch incredible fireworks, sign up for wine-tasting classes, watch live concerts, or compete in the apple and grape peeling contest – there are loads of activities to choose from.
Another notable event is the annual Australian Small Winemakers Show, started in 1987 by the Stanthorpe Agricultural Society's wine committee. It's considered the most important wine show for small winemakers in Australia and New Zealand. Taste different wines or bid to become a ‘Judge for a Day’ in next year’s wine show.
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